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“A Voice For Animals”
High School Essay Contest
2010 is now open!
Read about the winner and the students who gave a voice to animals in 2009!
The Palo Alto Humane Society dedicates itself to educating the public on the responsible treatment of animals and promoting a humane ethic for living. PAHS encourages you and members of your community and schools to use our classroom programs for children, our recommended trainers of dogs and puppies, and our original publications on a variety of animal issues.
Mow Wow Animals – A new bilingual K–2 Web-based humane education curriculum for teachers to teach young students about ethical and humane treatment of their pets and the wildlife that surrounds them.
Issues in Humane Education—Classroom and Small-group Education – Visits by humane educators to schools and after-school programs for students from grades K through high school to provide presentations that meet the institutions' or groups' specific needs.
Dog Wise – To provide the best for you and your canine companion. PAHS recommends training for puppies and dogs to promote their good behavior and likability. Visit Dog Wise for information and recommendations on training and trainers.
Humane Library – Original publications on animal issues. Visit our Humane Library and review our publications featuring original, in-depth research in important issues related to animals and human-animal relationships.
In recognition of the growing world-wide interest in animals as well as the projected need for increasing numbers of educated professionals in animal-related careers, Notre Dame de Namur University (NDNU) in Belmont, California now offers a four-year undergraduate degree in Sociology: Animals in Human Society. For more information, click here.